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5.000 Euros reward Burglars steal several hundred thousands of Euros worth of jewelry and watches

(01/2009) Burglars, who are as yet unknown, broke into a property at Völklinger Jupiterstraße and stole jewelry and watches worth a total of several hundred thousands of Euros the night of Saturday 29th May, 2008. Among the stolen goods were also two watches, worth 21,500 Euros and 6,800 Euros. There is no trace of the offenders yet.

Millions in jewelry stolen during van raid in France

(12/2008) Jewelry and luxury watches worth 4.5 million Euros were stolen in a raid on a van during transport on a French highway. A gang of four men had followed the van on a highway -about 50 kilometers south of Paris- and finally provoked a collision, reported the station France Info on December 19, 2008.

Burglary in Königswinter

(12/2008) In the beginning of August 2008, unknown robbers stole, among other things, some distinctive pieces of jewelry (such as a pilot watch) in the Rheinallee in Königswinter. The thieves broke open the balcony door, searched through the house and stole cash, coins and jewelry with a total value of several tens of thousands of Euros.

Frankfurt Lost IWC Mark XVI

(05/2008) Who can give information relating to the whereabouts of watch?

Manufacturer / Type: black IWC Mark XVI, Case number: 3246934
Purchase Date: 08/2007 at jeweler Frueh, Sasbach
circumstances of the case: The watch was lost in a disco on 05/09/2008 in Frankfurt.

Mainhausen 120 watches stolen

(01/2008) During a burglary in Mainhausen near Offenbach on November 17th 2006, approximately 120 high-valued watches were stolen, predominantly by the brand Breitling, as well as jewellery and cash money with a total value of about 1.000.000EUR. Among the stolen goods were also some unicums, including a men’s wristwatch by the brand IWC, a double chronograph with a platinum case, which was provided with a platinum bracelet as a part of a special design.

Montabaur Missing watches after burglary

(01/2008) Who can give hints about the whereabouts of the watch?
Manufacturer/model: unknown
Stolen: in December 2004
Crime scene: Montabaur

Object search warrant Table clock Napoleon (Louis 16.)

(01/2008) An unknown delinquent gained access to a habitation in Zug between the 11th and the 12th of December 2004. Several valuable articles were stolen, amongst others a noticeable clock watch, worth CHF 24'000.-.

Stolen goods seized

(12/2007) In February 2007, the criminal investigation department Waiblingen was able to arrest a burglar gang. Comprehensive stolen goods, primarily jewellery and watches, altogether more than 400 pieces were found and seized. In the meantime, over 30 burglaries in the Rems-Murr district and in the district of Ludwigsburg could be resolved and several pieces of jewellery could be returned to their possessors. At present, more than 200 goods, which could not be assigned yet, are located at the police department Waiblingen.

Manhunt for a burglar with police sketched picture

(12/2007) The police of Hamburg are searching for a burglar, who burgled two houses early Wednesday morning (29.11.2006) and was able to escape unrecognised with his haul. In the former case, the burglar was surprised by the owner of the house and escaped from the crime scene. In the second case, the unknown person roused the residents, threatened them with a knife and demanded money.

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